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TN Moving Stories: LA Subway Possibilities Unveiled, and Atlanta Takes Baby Steps To Coordinate Regional Transit

Thursday, October 28, 2010 - 08:25 AM

Possible routes for LA's Westside subway extension to be unveiled today, along with details of light rail connector. (Los Angeles Times)

Vote "O" for potholes: seven Bay Area counties will vote on whether to add fees to vehicle registration to pay for road repair (San Jose Mercury News)

MBTA's "Charlie cards" will start working today on buses in Boston's western suburbs. (Boston Globe)

Body scanning machines debut at Newark Liberty International Airport today. (Star Ledger)

A "motley, uncomfortable alliance" of Metro Atlanta officials met to talk about regional transportation needs. The meeting was described as "uneasy."  (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

The Takeaway unpacks the political motivation behind the Obama Administration's high speed rail grants.

New Jersey is moving to privatize toll collection on the Garden State Parkway and NJ Turnpike. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

World Series tweet of the day: "The BART announcer keeps on teasing Texas. It's nice to see this city rally behind something besides an iPhone every now and then."

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